Then, of course, they used to still-hunt them with bows and arrows.
Another method is to still-hunt him, the same as is done with deer.
Once in a while some of the men would go into the swamp and still-hunt wild hogs, and we would get some fresh pork.
The bass-drum is all right at the head of the procession, but the still-hunt cuts the most ice in politics.
They are extremely intelligent animals, and it is therefore very difficult to still-hunt them.
We're sure of a shot if we still-hunt over in that direction—sure of a tight roof and good beds, too.
It could not be called a "still-hunt," for the reason that six men hunting in a pack are never still; however, it did not matter.
To this human encyclopedia, therefore, did Matt Peasley come in his still-hunt for information touching the steamer Narcissus.
From their point of view, the still-hunt or “sneak” hunt was the method par excellence.
The method of slaughter has already been fully described under the head of “the still-hunt,” and need not be recapitulated.